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    I finally managed to track down macropod's DateCalc.zip file here (thank you) ... the web is littered with broken links to an old location.

    I am particularly interested in the formula for "Calculate a day, date, month and year, using n days delay".

    However, when I view the document in Word 2007 on a Dell machine running Windows XP Professional, I see the date 12-10-5053.

    If I paste the field into another document, I get the same result.

    Is there something I need to tweak?

    Your assistance greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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    Hi debit,

    The problem and its solution are described in the second paragraph of the document's Introduction.
    Cheers,

    Paul Edstein
    [MS MVP - Word]

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    That did the trick. Thank you.

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